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Precision Garage Door of St. Paul
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has received 3 reviews, averaging 1.00 Stars:
Eden Prairie, MN
Quick response and the tech, Devon was great. But the price for the 25 minute repair was ridiculously high. $160 for two 2 cables and 2 brackets - at Home Depot $20 $50 labor for lube & tune - sprayed door hinges that took 30 seconds $200 labor to reset door and rewind cables - took 25 minutes including setup & cleanup So as a retiree I just paid the tech over $500 per hour to fix my door and that's just not right. I know there's some experience involved here but still? What ever happened to simple, fair time & material pricing? Sorry but can't justify calling you again.
- Lee Scharf
Garage Door Repair
Technician: Devon - Technician
Jason was great however it would of cost me $736 for me to replace my unit so I paid the service fee and went down to Menards and paid $40 and replaced it my self. Recommend calling if you are only willing to buy there parts.
- Jake Mersberger
Jake, The quick set systems is a do it yourself homeowner version of a torsion system and we do not service or maintain them. The only option we have to repair is to convert the quick set to a conventional torsion system which replaces all of the lifting and moving parts, essentially making the door work like new.
Broken Garage Door Spring Repair
Technician: Jason - Technician
I would not trust this company. I called and spoke to a customer service representative and told her that one of the springs had broken on my garage door. She said that would generally run $150, but couldn't guarantee that, which I completely understand. She they said it would be $60 for the trip if I chose not to go with their company to fix my garage door. I later realized why that was mentioned. When the service guys showed up, they immediately said they would not fix just the one spring because it was unsafe for them to do that. They also mentioned they would do a 24 point inspection and give me a quote. Immediately, I realized that I was being taken advantage of. The person on the phone told me that it would be approximately $150 for the one spring and the service guy said they don't even do one spring without the other. Awhile later, I got quotes of $555, $600, and $800 for them to replace wheels and clean this and that. I completely understand that every product and service has a price and I am willing to pay for the products and services I receive. However, these folks were called to my home under a completely different expectation of cost. I would advise anyone I know to avoid this company. Trust is one of the most important things a company can have with their customers. Based on the lack of integrity shown in my interaction, I have no trust in this company.
- Reid Charpentier
Garage Door Repair